UN: at least 250 thousand displaced by violence in Iraq

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The Prime Minister of Iraq, Nuri al - Maliki, said on Wednesday that the Government will add greater effort to put an end to terrorism and to avoid innocent people continue losing their lives in the hands of violent. (Photo: archive)

The Organization of United Nations (UN) warned on Thursday that at least 250 thousand displaced people have stopped the violence promoted by the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), most requiring humanitarian assistance.
According to the United Nations Fund for children (Unicef), are children at least half of Iraqis who already left their homes before the violence unleashed in recent days by ISIS and other terrorist groups, accused of executions of soldiers and civilians in the territories under its control.
Many infants should receive water, medical care, immunization against polio and measles, as well as protection, stressed the spokesman of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stéphane Dujarric.
The Prime Minister of Iraq, Nuri al – Maliki, said on Wednesday that the Government will add greater effort to put an end to terrorism and to avoid innocent people continue losing their lives in the hands of violent without feelings that insist on sowing hatred in their nation.
“Iraqis are now United in its fight against terrorism, but the insurgents who receive aid from Saudi Arabia and Qatar will soon return to both countries and occupy their territory,” said al – Maliki.
US President Barack Obama announced on Thursday that so far not sent troops to Iraq, but to evaluated the goals to carry out actions against the terrorist wave of the ISIS, grouping that currently maintain control of the cities of Mosul and Tikrit, but have yielded positions to the offensive Government of Iraq to regain territories.